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"Which crystals are good for writing essay especially analyzing, concentration, creativity, critical thinking, focus, and research?
Which crystals are good for Mathematics and Science when it comes to problem solving, practical, understanding, and passing the exams?"
Thank you for the crystal inquiry and I wish you much luck as you take your academic journey.
One of the first crystals I would recommend would be Lepidolite. Lepidolite has natural lithium and has wonderful calming properties which will help to keep you balanced during the stressful times of writing, homework and test taking. You can keep this with you all the time. Turquoise would also be good for peacefulness, calming and communication.
Golden Tiger Eye, in my opinion, will be useful for focus, alertness and clarity. It will also bring calm and wisdom.
Clear Quartz for memory and mental clarity.
Fluorite can be helpful with mental focus and clarity and memory.
Rhodonite will give you confidence, aids memory and promotes your talents.
You will find that many of the crystals will not only help you academically but with confidence, stress, and anxiety. If you go into a situation with the thoughts that you will do bad because you have in the past those thoughts can affect your current situation. If, instead, you go into your work with a confident attitude and "I know I can" thoughts you will have better luck accomplishing your goal of nursing.
These should give you lots of help, along with your natural abilities, in completing your classes and homework. Remember to take time for yourself too. Being refreshed and happy can make your school work easier.
I hope you find this helpful!
Terreasa Burgess, from Enchanted Thyme Gift Shop
DISCLAIMER: We feel that crystals can complement other therapies and support energetic well-being. Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.
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